In November 2018, Jim Acosta had his press credentials revoked by the White House, thereby barring his access to the White House press conferences.
CNN brought a lawsuit naming the president himself, among others, for both 1st amendment and 5th amendment violations. To my surprise, a judge agreed and ordered the White House to immediately reinstate Jim Acosta's press credentials.
Aside the White House press conference, can the U.S. government give other types of access to certain journalists and news organizations? I was thinking since they revoked his access without thinking it through, I think there might be other access the White House can give or not give to journalists and news organizations, but I couldn't find anything on this particular question.